Lenovo K3 Note unboxing: unwrapping the brand’s latest killer phablet

“A quick look at the box contents of Lenovo’s new headline grabber”

Phone makers are on a constant spree to fade the already thin line between loaded and affordable devices. Contributing to the pursuit is the new Lenovo K3 Note. The device was announced last month and went up for sale exclusively via Flipkart just a couple of days ago. As expected, the smartphone was sold out in a matter of seconds. However, we managed to get one for ourselves. Here’s a quick unboxing of the latest from Lenovo.

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The Lenovo K3 Note comes in a white and red box which is rather crowded with the phone’s picture and branding on top, and product information on the bottom. As part of a promotional offer, Lenovo has collaborated with Airtel and bundled the device with a free 4G SIM, which comes attached right on top of the box.

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Snapping off the lid you’ll find the device residing on a bright red card-board tray, which envelopes the user manual, warranty card and a quick start guide. Beneath the tray, there is a free screen protector to keep dust and scratches at bay. Neatly organised under the screen protector, you will find a removable battery, a two-pin charger and a USB cable. A wired headset isn’t included in the box.

While we work on the detailed review of the device, check out the first impressions of the Lenovo K3 Note.

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